“At times I felt alone. I think I was scared. I don’t know if you ever felt it, but there was a turning point that was like: ‘This is forever,'” explained the young Emma to Rupert Grint, who was surprised and stated that he had never discussed the matter with his partner.
“Fame had hit me in a big way. Nobody had to talk me into doing it. The fans really wanted it to be successful and we all really had each other’s backs,” Watson added.
I don’t know if you ever felt it but there was a turning point that was like: ‘This is forever’
On Grint’s part, he also pointed out how hard it is to face such immediate fame as just a few children.
“I had similar feelings to Emma as well. But we never really talked about it, I guess we were just going through it at our own pace, and we were living in the present at the time. It didn’t occur to us that we were probably all having similar feelings.” commented.
Tom Felton, who played the child villain Draco Malfoy, was very sympathetic to the actress.
“Dan and Rupert had each other, I had my friends, while Emma was not only younger, but also lonely,” Felton said.